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This segment is Art and Social Justice Issues, a combination some listeners might not be aware of. My goal is to connect you to social justice issues through art.
On today's show, How Music and Activism Combine?, we talk to a musician from Chicago that uses music to express important social justice issues.
He is a musician who has been playing with a band since he was a young lad. While conscious of social justice issues and actively making a difference in ways he can, he has been working as a carpenter/contractor while supporting a growing family over the years. Most recently he wrote a song about the conflict with Monsanto.
Thank you for listening to Art and Social Justice Issues. I'm Dianna C. Long and I am about connecting people to social justice issues through art.
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Dianna C Long, Host of "Art and Social Justice Issues"
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Carol Edwards Denekas just released her second inspirational novel, Seeds of Hope. The story spans from 1917 to 2015 and revolves around relationships that all have their roots at the Seeds of Hope orphanage.
In this interview, we'll explore the story of Seeds of Hope, including Carol's inspiration for Ava Reynolds, the founder of the Seeds of Hope orphanage. We'll also discuss Carol's journey to becoming a published author, which began when she penned her first historical romance at age 11, as well as her experience both with a publisher for her first novel, Rescuing Love, and self-publishing Seeds of Hope.
In addition to her own writing, Carol supports other authors through the Red Barn Writers Guild, a local writers' club she started, as well as teaching creative writing classes.
You can learn more about Carol at www.CarolEdwardsAuthor.com, order Seeds of Hope at http://amzn.to/28M3FzY, and find her first novel, Rescuing Love, at http://amzn.to/28LvmHP.
Join Stephanie and Lauren as they start a new series focused on Black lesbian publishing. Topics will include audience, genre, various types of editing, cover design, marketing, reference and fact-checking, copyediting, traditional, indie, and self-publishing, and more. If you want to learn more about how to publish your best book, listen in on Tuesday nights at 6:30 p.m. If you have questions or would like for us to cover a topic, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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I missed two weeks' worth of shows. Missed them. Not by plan, not on purpose - I was painting! So this week I'm going to talk about the How and Why of that, the reasons that a creative activity can cause us to totally tune out the rest of the world.
And, as promised, we'll talk a little more Lavender. I'm setting a timer for the first half of the show, so I don't forget... ;)
Kathleen Ann Thompson, artisitic director of Belleherst Productions, gleans from her 25 year experience in directing and producing award winning shows for Belleherst by opening up the discussion of 'fixed point' and its relevance to clarity on the stage.
Lack of clarity on the stage opens a pandora's box of audience responses...none of which are positive if we want our production to succeed. An audience which isn't clear about the production's action, thought content or character development begins to tune out, doubt their own theatrical sophistication, become distracted trying to figure everything out or fights a growing level of frustration. At its very minimal effect, lack of clarity on the stage speaks to the audience of mediocrity and a lack of skill. They simply disengage. Clarity is a necessary virtue on the stage even if the message of the production is to create a paradoxical and ambiguous challege to the viewer's thinking. Its a prestigious mark of excellence.
Fixed Point is an over-arching theatrical principal whose use is ubiquitous in all genres of theatre and in various developmental areas of dramatic composition. Fixed Point is the technique which most influences clarity on the stage. Kathleen Ann Thompson takes on this little mentioned theatrical technique and exposes the harmful results of being ignorant of its value or of lacking knowlege of how to apply it.
Movies in Minutes again with yours truly the Behaved, A Bachelor and a Babe! For anyone headed to theaters or having movie night at home we will be talking about oscar nominated BROOKLYN and CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR . Join us again for another fun episode as we try to stay on track lol!
2 weeks before monster bash we being Rondo nomiated author Troy Howarth and wildside kronos publisher Brian harris as we talk wildside kronos first endevour into book publishing. It is a book about the films oif klaus kinski so join the crew as we talk about all things kinski
C.E. Lawrence, playwright, novelist, improv artist
Having written nine novels and six novellas, C.E. has received glowing reviews from The Library Journal, Kirkus, Booklist, Publishers Weekly, and many other publications for her gritty stories. Drawing from her background as an author, an actor, and a Steampunk fan, she delves into the story penning process and shares the core ingredients in the stories she tells.
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